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Wizards Locker Room Portraits and Links

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Updated: January 20, 2010

For the hell of it, here are some locker room portraits from before and after Monday’s game against Portland. And below the jump, some must-read links that you should check out.



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“For those who had waited so long for a transcendent young player, there is no sixth-month jail sentence, probation or community service. There is just emptiness and disillusion, the harsh realization that, in Gilbert Arenas, Washington did not get one.” -Mike Wise [Washington Post]

“This divorce is necessary but far from simple.” -Michael Lee on the relationship between Arenas and the Wizards. [Wizards Insider, Washington Post]

Is it possible that Gilbert Arenas will play in a Wizards uniform again and that Ernie Grunfeld will keep the core unit in tact? I suppose with this team, anything is possible. [Mike Jones Sports]

When Gilbert Arenas was known as “Agent Zero” and Abe Pollin was known as “Mr. Drummond.” [Washington City Paper]

The Washington Wizards franchise assumes some responsibility in the Arenas saga. [Bullets Forever]

Gilbert Arenas, Agent Non-Entity. [DC Sports Bog]

It’s probably a good idea that Nick Young and Richard Hamilton meet, but this is the next best thing. [Hoops Addict]

“The highest paid player has to be the most coachable and respectful player. And the best player.” -Ted Leonsis, potential future owner of the Washington Wizards. [Ted's Take]

Darius Songaila supports dunking (but because he went to college in the U.S., playing ball at Wake Forest for four years, his accent isn’t that bad). [The Blowtorch]

BANNED! Custom Gilbert Arenas Washington Capitals jerseys. ALLOWED! Custom Javaris Crittenton Caps jerseys. [Puck Daddy, Yahoo!]

What do Pan-African flag colored Nikes have to do with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.? [SB Nation], [Synchonicity]

Chauncey Billups calls out the NBA All-Star voting system. IT MUST BE CHANGED! [NBA FanHouse]

If Phil Jackson thinks Donald Sterling is responsible for the Clippers’ bad karma, I wonder who he thinks is responsible for the Wizards’ bad karma. [The Sporting Blog]


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